The Republican Plank on the Middle East: How Bush Can Win
A recently commissioned poll by Zogby International shows that Republicans can win the November 2004 election if they change their policy on the Middle East. Many hesitant Republicans and independents could be persuaded to vote for the re-election of George W. Bush if he changes his policies toward the Middle East, which have led America into war in Iraq and into confrontation with Muslims worldwide because of his backing of Ariel Sharons right-wing government in Israel.
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Will the party listen to these voices or will it continue its course in the Middle East? Who are these voices and can they be heard? Can the Republicans redirect their Middle East policy?